A group hoping to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Massachusetts has submitted an initial draft of a proposed ballot question to the state attorney general’s office.
Supporters of a ballot question that would limit the number of patients who can be assigned to a nurse at one time are planning to deliver the final batch of signatures designed to put the question before voters next year.
Attorney General Martha Coakley has given a constitutional OK to the majority of proposed ballot questions activists are hoping to put before voters next year, including a minimum wage hike and cut in the state sales tax.
A coalition of gambling opponents is pushing a proposed ballot question that would repeal the law legalizing casino gambling in Massachusetts.
Voters will weigh in Nov. 6 on a ballot question to make Massachusetts the third state, after Oregon and Washington, to legalize physician-assisted suicide for people with terminal illnesses.
It’s rare for both sides of an issue to take the same position.
Money from across the country is pouring into Massachusetts aimed at influencing the controversial so-called ‘right to die’ ballot question.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office is confirming that 4.1 million Massachusetts residents have registered to vote in the state primary election.
Massachusetts residents who want to vote in the September state primary have until Friday to file registration forms with their local voting officials.
You should be prepared before you head out to vote.